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If your wife already has a visa then she no longer needs to show her her finances.
If you mean that she is still applying for a visa then that is different. In that case, unfortunately you do have to show that you earn enough to support her. If you do not have a joint sponsor, maybe you can show that you have assets such as a home that you can also use to put towards your income. You would need to have at least 3 times the amount you have missing in income. For example, if you are missing $5,000 to reach the amount you need then you need to show that you have at least $15,000 ($5,000 x 3) in assets if you are a US citizen. If you are not a US citizen then you need at least 5 times the missing amount.
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